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1. Student one
My name is Matthew Brandow.I currently live in Jacksonville, NC where I am a Police Sergeant for the Marine Corps Police Department on Camp Lejeune.I am 32 years old, a prior enlisted Marine, been married for 13 years, have two boys (ages 8 and 11), and the new addition of an 18-week-old Great Dane puppy named Kratos.I looked around for the best college option for me, and with copious amounts of research came to AMU.I have very little time to conduct college work as my job and family take up a lot of my free time.I am in the pursuit of obtaining a Bachelorâ€™s Degree in Homeland Security.
For the biological dimension of human sexuality, I had a unique situation.My parents were divorced and their differences of educating their children were on very opposite ends of the spectrum.At a very young age (between 3-8 years old) my mother would not talk about much relating to human sexuality, while my father would answer any question with very vivid detail and no filter.This type of education from my parents was good and bad at the same time.I had my first health class in 5th grade, where I already knew a lot of the material because of my father.In 5th grade I was very open about the topics being covered in Health class pertaining to sexual intercourse because I have had discussions about the subject several times in the past.So for the biological dimension I guess you could say I had the school who was the unbiased educator or middle ground for my biological education.
This type of education on human sexuality continued throughout my life.The psychological dimension was influenced a lot by my father who had some very subjective views on what was right and what was wrong.Throughout school I would talk with friends and conduct research for my health class.During my childhood continuing up until high school there was not much socially covered on the topic of homosexuality and being from a small school (class size of 42) the subject was never brought up unless in a derogatory manner.So psychologically I leaned more towards my fathers perspective because he was the most open about the subject.
Socially the subject of human sexuality was rarely talked about during my childhood and adolescent years.During my high school years, and while in the Armed Services is where I obtained the most information/education on what was socially acceptable.
2. student two
Hi Everyone! May Name is Valerie Schroeter. I am an Army wife, Navy veteran, and stay-at-home mom to a nearly one year old little boy. We are currently stationed at Fort Stewart, Georgia and gearing up for a PCS next month. I love spending time with my family, working out, road trips and travel, and when I do have time to myself I like to read and write. My current program in the associate in General Studies program. I am currently in the process of transferring into the business program. My plan for now is to obtain an associateâ€™s degree in business administration and I would like to eventually earn my bachelorâ€™s degree in Hospitality Management with a concentration in Meeting and Event Planning.
I remember I was probably 7 or 8 when my sister and I (who is 14 months younger than I) received â€œthe talkâ€ from my parents. My mom did ALL the talking and my father, is a man of few words. Other than that, I learned about sexuality in school, both middle and high school. My parents have been married for 37 years, and they were high school sweethearts. My mother always told me sex was something you waited to have until you were married. Looking back- I honestly wished I had listened to her and waited until I was married. Old fashioned, maybe, but now as a married woman I just feel like I only shared that part of myself with my husband! Other than the sex talk that my sister and I received, my parents never spoke of sex or sexuality to us. I did talk about it with friends in high school, some of them were even having sex. I look at my parents and their relationship and that has played a part in who I am now. They were always very supportive, as a teenager I did run a little wild, but they were always there when I needed! Thanks for reading!
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